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Published on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 14:11
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Mahindananda 410px 14 01 29During the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) Executive Committee meeting yesterday (Sept 15) it has been discussed that the Sports Minister cannot poke his finger into the executive decisions of SLC, internal sources from the SLC say.

The Executive Committee has thus reached a stern conclusion as the Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage has questioned the ExCo decisions during the meeting held with the SLC Chairman Jayantha Dharmadasa and Secretary Nishantha Ranatunga to solve the issue between the two.

At the meeting held yesterday, ExCo has unanimously decided to implement the decision over distributing money among the cricket clubs, which has been reportedly questioned by the Minister.

In addition, the ExCo has also decided to postpone the implementation of the suggestion by the SLC Chairman to vest majority of the power- according to the SLC constitution- on the CEO. The decision was unanimously approved in the previous ExCo meeting.

However, 'Mirror Games' learns that the newspaper reports today (Sept 16) claiming that the particular decision will not be implemented, are false.

Rajith 'bootlicking'?

Though the SLC Media Manager - Rajith Fernando usually informs the media of the ExCo decisions on the very day the meeting was held, he has avoided issuing a statement regarding yesterday's meeting, reports say.

However, 'Mirror Games' learn that he has provided distorted information to two journalists attached to a newspaper owned by Wijeya Newspapers.

He has thus provided false information to two journalists from a Sinhala and English newspaper.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 14:11